"Good morning, girls!" Igor Fuchs exclaimed as he greeted his students at the start of English class in this southeastern Brazilian city.
Prostitutes wait for clients on the streets of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on April 25, 2013. Sex workers in the southeastern city, which will host June's Confederations Cup and next year's World Cup, are being offered free English lessons to help them welcome the tourist onslaught.
But this is no ordinary crowd and the curriculum, for the most part, is focused on sex props.
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